17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Iam 16 weeks pregnant, and iam having a low lying placenta.... And always have severe pain in my stomach is that normal???

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Answer: Hello! Severe stomach pain is not normal. Please consult the doctor as soon as possible. As for low lying placenta, please take as much as rest possible and avoid activity. However, low lying placenta detected during the early pregnancy, Chances are there that by 20 th week the placenta might rise up Take care
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